MICA Brings Artists’ Innovative Photographic Works to the University

Double Back: Photographic Reflexivity focuses on the self-awareness of the piece to bring to light the art of both the content and the method of production. (Julia Keane/Bloc Photographer)
Double Back: Photographic Reflexivity focuses on the self-awareness of the piece to bring to light the art of both the content and the method of production. (Julia Keane/Bloc Photographer)

Nate Larson, The Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) photography professor was approached by John Shipman, The Art Gallery director, last year to establish a regional partnership to bring more art installations to the university.

Through careful selection, Larson has curated a collection of photographic work from various artists including David Emitt Adams, William Lamson, Aspen Mays, and Barbara Probst that goes beyond what viewers expect of photography.

Double Back: Photographic Reflexivity brings in pieces that come to life through artists’ methods of photographic processing. The art installation will be open until Dec. 19.

writersblocheadshots08Julia Keane is a sophomore environmental science and policy major and can be reached at julia@ckweb.com.

 

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